Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre says he is sending a Canadiens flag to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to fly above Boston City Hall after the Habs took the series over the Bruins. What do you think the terms of a friendly wager should be with the mayor of New York City?
Tweet us your idea @CBCMontreal using the hashtag #HabsWager.
Walsh said he would uphold his end of the bargain and fly the flag over city hall once it arrives. He's also scheduled to pay a visit to Montreal in the near future as part of the bet.
Mayor @DenisCoderre will be sending us a flag - thank you Mayor. When the flag arrives, we will honor our end of the wager.— Mayor Marty Walsh (@marty_walsh) May 16, 2014
Habs bet with Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon
For the next series, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, who is a New York native, agreed to take part in a bet.
The Montreal Canadiens tweeted the NBC late night talk show host Friday afternoon, on the eve of Game 1 at the Bell Centre, and Fallon pondered the Habs' proposition.
A few hours later, he agreed. Fallon will have to do a monologue on The Tonight Show wearing a Habs jersey if the Canadiens win the series against the Rangers.